In September 2004, FLOC
won an agreement to represent the 8500 H-2A guestworkers employed by the North Carolina Growers Association ("NCGA").
As can be seen in Table 2, flocs
numbers in bioreactor was relatively stable (AE1 column), although a slight increase after Hycol addition was observed.
that is composed of N primary particles of radius [R.
This recipe is a simple Gascon dish which combines red floc
de Gascogne (or a decent port) with juicy ripe melon.
From 1987 until 2001, working for FLOC
, Nelson coordinated a neighborhood effort to preserve and renovate Washington's historic 12th Street YMCA building.
Compounders found that they could incorporate para-aramid floc
(we define floc
as short, un-crimped fiber less than 6 mm in length) into rubber using an internal mixer or a roll mill, often with difficulty.
is a migrant farmworker union affiliated with the AFL-CIO, and Maya is also the lead organizer for their immigrant rights campaign.
The extracellular polymer of biomass floc
was determined by biochemical analysis.
and Black Workers for Justice say pickers work an average of twelve hours, six or seven days a week, that their living conditions are abominable, and that portable toilets are often not available on the farms.
So in 1979 FLOC
took the unusual step of bypassing the employers by launching a nationwide boycott of Campbell's.
The loan has been identified as a FLOC
due to the potential upcoming lease rollover of the property's anchor tenants.
Activated sludge system is a conventional biological method for both municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plant producing excess biological floc
of biomass known as waste activated sludge (WAS).